The following passages come from copies of previous publications of the Gothenburg Times, they have been summarized by Ashley Mohler. Each passage has its source and is cited at the end of the passages. dropped for farmers. Mr. and Mrs. Bruno F. Cyriacks have a son, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Johnson have a daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Johnson have a daughter.
Today Senator Lynne Walz, Chairwoman of the Education Committee, representing District 15, and Senator Brett Lindstrom, Vice Chairman of the Revenue Committee, representing District 18, introduced a power package of bills, LB890 (Walz) and LB891 (Lindstrom), that offer a transformational vision for education funding. Both Senators Walz and Lindstrom acknowledged that collaboration has been key in developing these bills. This is the culmination of over six months of collaborative conversations with stakeholders both in and outside of education, including 42 senators, 10 policy groups and the vast majority of school districts from across the state. Once fully implemented, key components of the bills will meet and exceed the criteria of stakeholders, including:
Successful alfalfa production begins with proper decisions regarding cultivar selection; weeds / insects & diseases control; water management; and a good fertility program. Although some growers may still use 3 tons per acre as their alfalfa yield goal, many producers (especially irrigators) may now be using 6 or 9 tons per acre for their target yield goals.